Young entrepreneurs from Brent schools show off their talents
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Students from JFS and Kingsbury High School pitched their business ideas to judging panel
Aspiring entrepreneurs from schhols in Kingsbury and Kenton showed their business acumen as part of a competition organised by the University of West London.
Students from JFS, in The Mall Kenton and Kingsbury High School, in Princes Avenue were among a group of six talented teams pitching their business ideas in front of a Dragon’s Den style panel of judges.
Each team participated in a four-minute demonstration in front of a Dragons’ Den style panel of judges led by the Director of the University of West London’s Business School, Deborah Lock.
Young Enterprise offers a wealth of practical ways to help young people from four to 25 get a taste of the world of work and the excitement running a business.
Student Base from Kingsbury based their ideas around office supply packets including pens, pencil and highlighters.
Alight Candles from JFS showed their initiative of a Hollywood themed scented candles.
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The award ceremony took place last week at the University of West London in Ealing.